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Cool & Creative Ways to Use Your Muffin Tins!

More Bath Time Fun!

on April 20, 2012

Since we seem to be on the subject of freezing things in your muffin tins lately I figure I may as well start a little miniseries here! So today here’s something fun for the kiddos to try out at bath time 🙂 We’ve done colored shaving cream in muffin tins, how about colored ice?

I found this idea in an article called Easy ways to make baths fun for kids on the Examiner.com. There were several more great ideas there for bath time so take a peak if you are looking for more bath time fun 🙂 Here ya go…

Add some colored ice.  Fill some muffin tins with water and add a few drops of different colors of food coloring.  Freeze solid and then let your child play with a few at a time in the bath.  It’s fun to watch them melt and to see the colors they change the water when different colors are added at once.

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Note the “few at a time” part, lol! Other wise your little one might become the newest member of the polar bear club 😉 Although they will likely insist on adding MORE! MORE! 🙂

**This might also be a fun summer activity too. Maybe add a couple to the kiddie pool just to spice it up a bit and give it some color? At a minimum the kids would have fun playing with them on a hot summer day and then you can just dunk the little munchkins in the pool to clean them up, lol! The possibilities are endless! I bet you could come up with some other creative uses for them… if you think of any please share! I’d love to hear from you 🙂

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